Daily Archives: March 31, 2022

Sources: Tiger plays full 18 at Augusta National

Five-time Masters champion Tiger Woods, who is trying to come back from serious leg and foot injuries he suffered in a car wreck about 14 months ago, played 18 holes at Augusta National Golf Club on Tuesday, sources told ESPN.Woods, 46, played all 18 holes with his son, Charlie, and PGA Tour pro Justin Thomas,…

New research shows certain exercises can help with muscular dystrophy

Muscular dystrophy is a debilitating disease that causes the weakness and breakdown of skeletal muscles that progressively worsens over time. According to a team of University of Maine researchers, certain activities may help strengthen muscles affected by muscular dystrophy — and they figured it out by stimulating zebrafish and watching them work out. Zebrafish are… Read More »

Goodell: Watson still could face NFL discipline

PALM BEACH, Fla. — Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson might not be facing criminal charges, but NFL commissioner Roger Goodell made it clear Tuesday that Watson still could be disciplined under the league’s personal conduct policy as a result of the 22 pending civil suits accusing him of inappropriate sexual conduct.Speaking at the conclusion of…

Cells dancing harmonic duets could enable personalized cancer therapies: Acoustic tweezers manipulate particles and cells with complex sound waves

Mechanical engineers at Duke University are using two electronic “voices” singing a harmonic duet to control suspended particles and cells in new and valuable ways. Their prototype device can form and rotate a single-layer crystal from a group of particles, create arbitrary shapes with a given number of particles, and move pairs of biological cells… Read More »

After mulling surgery, PG’s 34 spark Clips in return

LOS ANGELES — Three months after he seriously considered undergoing surgery to repair the torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, Paul George soared for an alley-oop pass that was sailing out of bounds, extended his right arm as far as it could go to catch the ball and then hit Isaiah Hartenstein with…

Spinal fluid sampling used to track treatment response in pediatric glioma: Findings suggest this method could provide data about tumors sooner than MRIs alone.

Treatment for glioma has long relied on MRI imaging to track tumor markers and treatment response. But findings from a team at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center, led by Carl Koschmann, M.D., pediatric neuro-oncologist at University of Michigan Health C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and researcher with the Chad Carr Pediatric Brain Tumor Center,… Read More »

Tips for Choosing the Right Dentist

Dental hygiene is important for the overall health of your mouth and teeth. Choosing the right dentist is a process that should not be taken lightly. Dentists are trained to provide care for your teeth and gums. They also offer advice on how you can prevent dental issues in the future. Dentists will also help… Read More »